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A triathlon bike could make a difference to your run by as much as 51 seconds over 5km, say experts
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This short course triathlon training plan is for athletes planning to do a sprint or standard distance triathlon and training around four times a week, between four to seven hours.
Top-finishing GB age-grouper Duncan Bullock shares his course-conquering tips for Ironman South Africa
With bricks, race-pace efforts, open-water swims and the tapering period, this six month easy-to-follow Ironman training plan will take you up to your big Ironman race day in optimum condition.
Are you fine running on the flat and climbs, but suffer knee pain on the descents? Andy Blow discusses three possible causes
New to triathlon? We answer 22 common questions beginners often ask, including how to go to the loo in an Ironman...
Expert advice for tackling the final Ironman 70.3 UK in Exmoor in 2017, known as one of the toughest 70.3 triathlons in the world.
Ironman legends head the first team to be announced at the Collins Cup
Wondering whether deep-section wheels are worth the investment and just how much faster they will make you? We discuss drag, turbulence, and yaw angles, and highlight how and why deep-section wheels are faster than shallow rims...
10 of this year’s best race wheels tested and rated by our expert reviewer
Tri coach Joe Beer and record-breaking time triallist Matt Bottrill discuss the need for aero helmets, the time you save and whether they are worth using in all conditions.
Four-time Kona champion shares her hard-won tips on finding the wetsuit, goggles and other kit you need
A run jacket that battles the elements will provide an essential surge to your training. Matt Baird tests and rates 11 running jackets
Mark Kleanthous explains how to decide which bike is most suitable for the Ironman course you’re racing.
Will these wheels turn crosswinds into free speed? We take a look at some unusual wheels from 2-Spoke
Nik Cook explains exactly how to clean your bike so it keeps running smoothly
If you’re taking your beloved bike abroad, it’s essential to make sure it arrives safe and sound. Jack Sexty finds out which of these bike cases tick all the boxes….
Andy Bullock explains how to cope with sea swims when the water gets rough
Kona course record holder Daniela Ryf shares her top tips for racing and recovery
Five new research studies, from afternoon napping benefits to why it's worth resisting the urge to spin, that will help you perform better and race faster
If your knees often feel weak after training sessions, it could be due to a lack of glute strength. Nick Beer explains how to strengthen your glute muscles
Mat Brett explains the key effects and adaptations exercise has on your cardiovascular system
Got a draft-legal triathlon coming up and worried about riding and overtaking in a pack? We explain the three safe ways to switch between pacemakers
Nick Beer's 12-week preparation plan will have you triathlon fit and raring to go come race-day